NWOSU classes to go online for two weeks
March 15, 2020
In a letter posted on the university’s website, Dr. Janet Cunningham, president of Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, announced regular classes will be replaced with alternative instructional delivery methods following spring break. For a two-week period (Monday, March 23, through Friday, April 3), coursework will be delivered to students without requiring them to physically return to campus. Classes may be taught online or through a variety of instructional arrangements.
In addition, campus-related events, including athletics, will be cancelled or postponed from March 23 thr...